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Depressed for no reason
I feel depressed for no reason. Is this possible? I lie on the bed all day, don't feel like talking to people, there is no interest to do anything and feel that I'm useless and worthless. I don't have any major problems, not that I can think of compared to people who have real problems. Is this something my mind is making up because I tried to get out of it but it's way too hard and I get back to the same state after a few days.
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Dr. Lakshmi T Rajan
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Dear friend, No individual is born with any habits. All our habits are acquired from the environment we live in. Your case is also like that. Engage your mind in positive works. Eat healthy. Avoid junk foods and avoid non veg at nights. Follow regular exercise. Drink more water. Follow relaxation techniques. Amy further help, please feel free to contact. Visit www.mastermindfoundation.com Wishes
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Ms. Hema Sampath
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For no reason why should you feel like that. For every behaviour  there should be a reason or cause behind it. You have also mentioned that you are not interested in anything may be because  of Fear of Rejection or Failure.  Do consult a Psychologist in your city and have clarity about your life.
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Dr. Antara Gupta
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Yes its quite possible that even having a fulfilling life you can be hit by depression. Visit a psychiatrist . You will be fine. Request  as few medications as possible and for an adequate duration and dose.
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Dr. Vikas Khanna
Hypnotherapist 15 yrs exp Delhi
You have got it right...making up ....mind makes it up There is a state in which you have are conditioned to believe that you should be! I hope you realize that....even i u are depressed and socially reclusive, can you accept your present reality and not let how you should be haunt you . You may read these articles http://innerandouterhappiness.blogspot.in/ http://goalandmisery.blogspot.in/ cheers
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Dr. Sugandha Gupta
Psychiatrist 11 yrs exp Delhi
Hello, Yes, it is quiet possible to suffer from a depressive episode or any other mental health ailment without any discernable external/environmental reason. Depression is considered in today's contemporary scientific though to be a bio-psycho-social  illness. Which means that both in genesis and management approaches biological factors like brain chemicals, receptors, other bodily hormones like thyroid, other illness like diabetes, hypertension and other medical factors are operative, in addition to psychological factors like personality, coping mechanisms, ego strength, and social factors like social support, environmental stressors have contributory roles. Hence do not believe that if your environmental factors appear to be non contributory, you cannot suffer from depression. Please seek psychiatric consultation near you for better understanding and correct assessment of your problems. Hope this helps you..
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Priyadarshi Srivastava
Psychiatrist 6 yrs exp Lucknow
You are showing cardinal signs of endogenous depression. Please consult a psychiatrist asap
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